iPhone 6s+ OIS 60fps?

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  1. DrTwoFish macrumors member

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    Hi all,
    I've been considering replacing my iphone 5s with a 6s+ for the combo of 1080p/60 and OIS to film my active kids, but I saw in one review that OIS only works with 30 fps. I haven't been able to find info on this anywhere else, but it wipes out a big reason for upgrading if it's true. Can anybody comment? Thanks!
     
  2. DrTwoFish thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks, very interesting, and a pretty obvious difference. I wonder where that reviewer got that tidbit?
     
  3. Genkakuzai macrumors regular

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    I certainly got the feeling myself that the OIS was active even at 60fps as I was filming the other day, unless I have the steadiest hand in town.
     
  4. big samm macrumors 65816

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    I also saw that review... Maybe 60fps gets software stabilization while on 30fps you get hardware stabilization which is OIS...
     
  5. Genkakuzai macrumors regular

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    Shouldn't be too hard to figure out, anyone with 6S just needs to go shoot some 60fps video for us :)
     
  6. th3r3ds0x macrumors regular

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    Being that it's done in hardware I would think the fps chosen wouldn't matter. I'd have to say based on my experience that it is definitely active while shooting 60fps video. I took some video last weekend and I was extremely impressed by how clear and smooth the video looked.
     
  7. mrklaw macrumors 68000

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    that footage looked a little jerky when the footsteps hit - would that be the OIS or digital stabilisation not quite keeping up with the little changes in direction on each footstep?
     

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